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Political Voices: Logan Rubenstein

In this episode, we’ll hear from Logan Rubenstein, the former director of March For Our Lives Parkland. He speaks about his experience adjacent to the events at Marjor...

Living With PTSD: Rachel Archambault

In this episode, we’ll hear from Rachel Archambault, a speech-language pathologist, public speaker & gun violence survivor. She speaks about her experience at MSD, how...

Political Voices: Santiago Mayer

On this episode, we’ll hear from Santiago Mayer, Executive Director of Voters of Tomorrow. He shares the organization’s origin, what young people can do to speak out a...

Parkland Speaks

In this episode, we’ll talk about “Parkland Speaks,” the book that was released in January 2019, published by Random House. It’s an anthology of writing, art and photo...

Mental Health: Jack Hilton

On this episode, we’ll hear from Jack Hilton, a social worker in Maine who specializes in trauma-informed counseling. He shares how his personal trauma and work as a l...

Mind & Body: Amy Kenny

In this episode, we’ll hear from Amy Kenny, an educator & yoga instructor. She speaks about her experience with gun violence, why yoga, meditation & the mind-body conn...

Survivor Stories: Antonius Wiriadjaja

In this episode, we’ll hear from Antonius Wiriadjaja, an educator, artist & gun violence survivor. He speaks about the moment that changed his life, being in the gun v...

Covering a Tragedy: Follow-Up with Ed Drantch

In this episode, we have a follow-up interview with WKBW anchor, Ed Drantch. He shares what life is like in Buffalo a year and a half after Tops, how his reporting has...

Survivor Stories: Winfred Porter

In this episode, we’ll hear from Winfred Porter, an educator & survivor from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in 2018. He speaks about his early life,...

Survivor Stories: Mei-Ling Ho-Shing

On this episode, we’ll hear from Mei-Ling Ho-Shing, a survivor from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in 2018. She speaks about being a lifelong activi...

A Little Update

In this episode, Sarah Lerner shares some updates about the show, what Teachers Unify To End Gun Violence has been up to & ways you can get involved.

Covering a Tragedy: Ed Drantch

Edward Drantch, a reporter from WKBW, the ABC affiliate in Buffalo, shares his experiences covering the tragic events surrounding the shooting at Tops in Buffalo on Ma...

Voices from the ER: Dr. Joseph Sakran

Dr. Joseph Sakran, a gun violence survivor and trauma surgeon, shares his experiences and journey through activism.

Current Events with Sarah and Dave

Teachers Unify Podcast hosts Sarah Lerner and Dave Price talk about the current status of Teachers Unify to End Gun Violence, guns, violence, the 2nd Amendment, educat...

Covering a Tragedy: Caitie Munoz

On this episode, Caitie Munoz, a reporter from WLRN, the Miami NPR affiliate, shares her experience as a reporter on Feb. 14, 2018, trauma-informed reporting & other r...

Survivor Stories: Jeff Foster (Part 3)

On this episode, Jeff Foster, a teacher in at MSD, shares his story from Feb. 14, 2018 & talks about his influence on the students who started March For Our Lives, his...

Survivor Stories: Jeff Foster (Part 2)

On this episode, Jeff Foster, a teacher in at MSD, shares his story from Feb. 14, 2018 & talks about his influence on the students who started March For Our Lives, his...

Survivor Stories: Jeff Foster (Part 1)

On this episode, Jeff Foster, a teacher in at MSD, shares his story from Feb. 14, 2018 & talks about his influence on the students who started March For Our Lives, his...

Survivor Stories: Amie Stevens

On this episode, Amie Stevens, a teacher at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, describes here experience from Nov. 30, 2021. She shares her "new normal" as a gun...

Voices from Teachers Unify: Sari Beth Rosenberg

On this episode, Sari Beth Rosenberg, a teacher in New York City, shares here experience as an educator and activist & what led her to become a co-founder of Teachers ...

Voices from Teachers Unify: Abbey Clements

Elementary teacher Abbey Clements describes the horror-filled day at Sandy Hook School in Newtown CT, on Dec. 14, 2012. She shares how that tragic event turned her int...

Voices from Teachers Unify: Sarah Lerner

On this, our premiere episode, you will hear Sarah's moving story about being a school shooting survivor.

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